Suffolk County Police have charged three people with making graffiti, a misdemeanor, on a building at the former Kings Park Psychiatric Center. Police said Michael Breneisen, 18, of East Northport, Anthony Marmo, 19, of Huntington, and Alexis Ibarra, 19, of East Northport, spray painted graffiti at the property on Dec. 6 at 6 p.m. Police arrested the men the same day.
Max Schneider, 23, of Dix Hills, was arrested Dec.. 5 and charged with third-degree robbery, a felony. Police said Schneider entered a Bank of America off Montauk Highway and gave the teller a note demanding cash, while claiming he was armed with a gun. The bank teller complied with his demand. Schneider fled with the cash, according to police reports. After extensive hunt, police found Schneider at the Commack Motor Inn, where they arrested him.
Gary Guagliardo, 28, of Hempstead, was arrested in Smithtown on Dec. 7 on fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, a misdemeanor. Reports state Guagliardo entered an unlocked 2010 Honda Civic on Oct. 14 and stole a wallet, credit cards, a Splish Splash card, loose change, two EZ Passes, watch, silver necklace and a USB car charger.
Diana Mextorf, 24, of Farmingdale, was arrested on Dec. 7 in Smithtown on third-degree criminal possession of narcotics with intent to sell charges, a felony. Reports state Mextorf was in a 2006 Toyota in possession of a quantity of heroin beyond what is considered for personal use that was packaged in a way consistent with a drug sale.
Joseph Welling, 22, of Smithtown, was arrested on Dec. 5 in Smithtown on fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property charges, a felony, and petit larceny charges, a misdemeanor. Reports state Welling took money from a 2006 Honda Pilot at 65 Mobrey Lane in Smithtown. Reports also state Welling was seen riding a black Diamondback mountain bike on Old Willets Path that was previously reported stolen.
On Dec. 8 at about 3:19 a.m., the surveillance camera at Chandler Square Ice Cream was damaged by an unidentified white male, according to a police report. An investigation is ongoing.
An unnamed person was taken to Stony Brook Hospital with a broken nose after being assaulted by another person on West Broadway in Port Jefferson on Dec. 8 at about 12:30 p.m.